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Sexy and edgy is the mantra that fashion photographer and University of La Verne alumnus Andrew Vasquez uses to describe his works of art.
Opening in time for the start of spring semester, “The Way of Things,” a multimedia solo exhibition by Los Angeles based artist Melanie Nakaue, is the newest installment of the Harris Gallery.
An upscale shopping promenade in the city of Rolling Hills Estates is where Ruth Trotter, professor of art at the University of La Verne, currently displays her artwork.
Tension between the elegant and raw scattered on the clear white walls of the Harris Gallery in its latest instillation “Site,” featuring the collaboration between artist Chad Attie and Bettina Hubby.
New memories were made while old memories hung on the walls of the Carlson Gallery on Nov. 2, as alumni, students and faculty members gathered at the opening reception of “Alumni Allegories: Dissent.”
Photojournalist Joseph Rodriguez spoke Tuesday in the Morgan Auditorium about photographs he took for “East Side Stories,” a book about gang life in Los Angeles.
The Harris Art Gallery showcased drawings from Los Angeles based artists Joe Biel, Patrick Lee, Mark Dean Veca and Eric Yahnker, which included head shot portraits and artwork that combined pop culture imagery on Sept. 13.
Junior legal studies major Cameron St. George and senior child development major Andrea Arceo stop by the Harris Gallery between classes Tuesday, to view “Visible,” the gallery’s first exhibit of the year.
Hidden in an unmarked building in the middle of Los Angeles’ Fashion District lies the Think Tank Gallery, home to “A Psychotropic Summer Volume 3,” which took place Aug. 30.
Tongues covered in dirt, bulging eyes, neck biting, howling at the sky: these are some moments captured by Michael Crouser in his photography exhibit “Dog Run” in the Carlson Gallery.